Obama. I listened to IT for about 10 minutes and then had to turn it off. Why? Because we at The Snooper Report have already heard this crappola before and have written about it many times.
This article will present his pathetic and wailing mannerisms with verbiage and video.
Part 1 - Obama Urges Congress to Pass $450 Billion Jobs Plan 'Right Away' (with NO ONE to read the Bill before he screws all beyond all recognition)
Part 2 - 'American Jobs Act Will Not Add to the Deficit' - which is a HUGE lie because "next week" we will get the HOW MUCH the tax payers will have to fork over...
Part 3 - 'Doing Nothing Is Not an Option' - which is EXACTLY what these unconstitutional asshats have been doing since Ronald Reagan left the White House.
It is The Attack Plan that has wearily gotten old to We The People which he hates.
The entire speech is below...
What does America "feel" after this horrendous speech for the Übermessias Obama? Treasuries, Dollar Drop After Obama Details Jobs Plan; Asian Stocks Fall. Oopsies.
Naturally there will be "compromise"...
Of coarse there will be no "stimulus" because Pelosi says "stimulus" has become such an evil tone so now we have another "evil stimulus" called an investment. I wonder if The Snooper Report has mentioned this already.
"I suspect I am not the only American asking, if a trillion dollars' worth of stimulus didn't work, why will another $450 billion do the trick?" he said. -- Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnsoni
But we must do this "right away" like the unconstitutional federal health care Bill went through when no one ever read it...ask Nancy Pelosi about that one.
"...politically paralyzed" and "philosophically incapable of doing what needs to be done..."
Roger that, Michele.
Some reactions to President Barack Obama's jobs speech to Congress:
"The proposals the president outlined tonight merit consideration. We hope he gives serious consideration to our ideas as well. It's my hope that we can work together to end the uncertainty facing families and small businesses, and create a better environment for long-term economic growth and private-sector job creation." - House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio.
"President Barack Obama laid out a set of bipartisan ideas to create jobs whose size and scope reflects the urgent need to put Americans back to work. Most of the ideas in this bill have been supported by both Democrats and Republicans. These are common-sense solutions for getting our economy moving again and spurring hiring in the private sector. - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.
"The president is politically paralyzed and philosophically incapable of doing what needs to be done. The president should take immediate action." - GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, a Minnesota congresswoman.
"The president's plan is a solid foundation for Congress to build on. It strategically combines tax incentives for small businesses with targeted investments in American workers, the education of our children and improving our nation's crumbling infrastructure. That said, I would have liked to have seen a greater emphasis on domestic energy production and a special focus on water and flood protection for the nation." - Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La.
"Where we agree - like the need to pass the long pending, job creating trade agreements - we should act and act now. All we need is for the president to send Congress the agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea so the American people can begin to take advantage of the up to 250,000 jobs they will create. However, I was disappointed that the president did not discuss the one area that can truly spark sustained private-sector job creation in this country—comprehensive tax reform." - Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., a member of the supercommittee on debt reduction.
"Now is the time to invest in the future of our country by creating opportunities and helping out of work Americans find jobs. Many of the president's ideas have the potential to create jobs and spark the economy." - Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va.
"Ultimately I think the problem is there are some things in there that are good, but by and large, it's a proposal based on things that just won't work, haven't worked in the past and they won't work in the future." - Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
"President Obama offered a clear path to help small businesses succeed and hire, provide tax relief for our workers, rebuild America, and provide aid to those who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own. It will put Americans back to work and it will be paid for." - House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
"The president's plan makes a mockery of the recent debt limit deal. That agreement cut $7 billion in appropriations next year but the president now wants to borrow hundreds of billions more to finance a second stimulus package." - Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala.
The president took an important and necessary step tonight: He started a serious national conversation about how to solve our jobs crisis. He showed working people that he is willing to go to the mat to create new jobs on a substantial scale. Tonight's speech should energize the nation to come together, work hard and get serious about jobs. - AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka.
Eviscerate all union thugs and all Obama Goons.
John "Beenhead" needs to resign and just vanish from society.
The speech was deplorable but very well liked by the uneducated.
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[R]e[z]ident Barack Obama's promise Thursday that everything in his jobs plan will be paid for rests on highly iffy propositions.
It will only be paid for if a committee he can't control does his bidding, if Congress puts that into law and if leaders in the future - the ones who will feel the fiscal pinch of his proposals - don't roll it back.
Underscoring the gravity of the nation's high employment rate, Obama chose a joint session of Congress, normally reserved for a state of the union speech, to lay out his proposals. But if the moment was extraordinary, the plan he presented was conventional Washington rhetoric in one respect: It employs sleight-of-hand accounting.
A look at some of Obama's claims and how they compare with the facts:
OBAMA: "Everything in this bill will be paid for. Everything."
THE FACTS: Obama did not spell out exactly how he would pay for the measures contained in his nearly $450 billion American Jobs Act, but said he would send his proposed specifics in a week to the new congressional supercommittee charged with finding budget savings.
White House aides suggested that new deficit spending in the near-term to try to promote job creation would be paid for in the future - the "out years," in legislative jargon - but they did not specify what would be cut or what revenues they would use.
Essentially, the jobs plan is an IOU from a president and lawmakers who may not even be in office down the road when the bills come due.
Today's Congress cannot bind a later one for future spending. A future Congress could simply reverse it.